IE Business School invites you to the Finance Virtual Master Class (online): “The U.S Financial Markets & Quantitative Easing”, by Henrik Lumholdt, IE Finance Associate Professor & Chief Investment Strategist for BBVA – one of Spain’s largest Banks.

About the event (you can CLICK HERE to register)

Date & time: June 5th, 2013 at 18.00 hrs Madrid local time

The purpose of this Master Class is to understand the different effects of Fed´s Quantitative Easing (“QE”) on both the US economy and on its financial markets. The Master Class will address the following topics:

– The essence of QE and other non-conventional Fed measures in recent years
– QE and financial markets
– QE and the US economy
– Fed exit strategies and portfolio strategies to match them

As the US economy is now giving signs of recovering in a more decisive way, investors are beginning to debate what will happen when the program is finally
phased out and “hand-holding” by the Fed stops. Mr. Henrik, as Chief Investment Strategist for BBVA one of Spain´s largest banks, will try to give insight on these issues.

About the speaker:
Henrik Lumholdt has been an associate professor at IE Business School for 10 years. He teaches managerial economics in our MBA programs, as well as a very popular course in Asset Allocation for finance students. Henrik holds the position of Chief Investment Strategist for Spain’s largest asset manager, BBVA Asset Management, and has over 20 years of practical experience in the capital markets. He holds a BSc and MSc in Economics from the Copenhagen School of Economics.

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